Weather plays major role in the development of agricultural crops. Optimum range of some meteorological parameters helps enhance a crop's healthy growth as well as final yield produced in the end. National Agromet Centre has established five Regional Agromet Centers (RAMCs) in the major agriculture plains of the country, where the major crops are monitored thoroughly on agrometeorological grounds and at the end of each season a comprehensive document (crop report) is produced on regular basis.
These RAMCs are located at Rawalpindi (Potohar), Faisalabad (Central Punjab), Usta Muhammad (Eastern Baluchistan), Quetta (Northern Baluchistan) and Tandojam (Lower Sindh). Crop reports mainly portray the post analysis study based on impact of weather on particular crop in the relevant area.
Latest Crop Reports
|Faisalabad||Cotton||2022||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Cotton||2021||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Wheat||2021 - 2022||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Wheat||2020 - 2021||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Cotton||2020||View Crop Report|
|Quetta||Wheat||2020 - 2021||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Cotton||2019||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Wheat||2019 - 2020||View Crop Report|
|Quetta||Wheat||2019 - 2020||View Crop Report|
|Faisalabad||Wheat||2018 - 2019||View Crop Report|